Monthly Archives: September 2009

"Strenuously Overbought" – John Hussman

Mr. Hussman’s weekly commentary on the market (and comparison to 1930, which to me seems quite apt). One disregards his comments at their own (financial) peril.

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Congresswoman’s Husband Dies on Cho Oyu

You can be in great shape, but altitude can still kill you. I’m guessing the guy either had a heart attack, or died of high altitude edema.

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Calvin’s Preaching Bible – The Greek and Hebrew Text

I was listening to someone speak on John Calvin as a preacher and he pointed out something fascinating. We have many of Calvin’s sermons because he had 4 students who would take notes at every one of his sermons (the … Continue reading

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The Wisdom and Poverty of William Faulkner

A quote both brilliant and sad, from William Faulkner: “The aim of every artist is to arrest motion, which is life, by artificial means and hold it fixed so that a hundred years later, when a stranger looks at it, … Continue reading

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Shaq vs. Michael Phelps

This is a great video!

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Plaxico Heads off to Prison

So a football star gets his come-uppance and discovers that the laws that apply to the rest of us DO also apply to him. I can’t say I feel sorry for him.

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Jimmy Carter II?

The White House is dithering while Afghanistan burns. Will General McChrystal resign if he doesn’t get the troops that he needs for the country? I hope so. We shall see.

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